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and that's cisco. i'd rather have this company than almost any other tech firm, including texas instruments, cisco is the back bone of. internet and teleco industry. when cisco hits a new high, it means businesses all over the world are redoing their infrastructure. it's a seen that information technology spending at the enterprise is now flowing big and nothing could be more bull, for all of tech, a much deserving admiral indeed. cisco, it's no longer crisco. the cisco kid is once given a friend of mine. lots of people are still skeptical of this market. you ever hear those people? me? this leadership tells me this market can withstand that 5% decline everyone is waiting for and bounce back with a vengeance. you don't need to sell. there will be battles lost and retreats to lick our wounds on the way to triumph in the war against the bears. the bottom line -- it's look grant, ridgeway, perjing, ike and we should follow them into the heat of battle knowing they represent the best of what america has to offer. i'd like to go to elizabeth in florida. >> gary: i'm calling about aeae aeroenviro
, yo. >> caller: tommy from lafayette, new jersey. does cisco deserve the hit it got today? >> stephanie link, co-director of action alerts with me, we were in a tizzy this morning. we believe the long-term picture for cisco is so good. we know it caught a downgrade today, but the long term is so good, own for the charitable trust. i like that ratio. cisco is terrific. and that, ladies and gentlemen, is the conclusion of the lightning round. >> the lightning round sponsored by td ameritrade. >>> what are you supposed to make of the markets ups and downs? what's going to happen tomorrow, next week or next month? this market is full of pitfalls. you've got to try to avoid them. the key to surviving an unpredictable market, don't have all your eggs in one basket. that's why i play "am i diversified." call or tweet me @jimcramer. tell me your top five holdings. maybe you need to mix it up a little. let's start with a tweet from @dereklwilson who says, thanks for the education. thanks for the laughs. hash tag mad money. harlem shake, too. we did a good one. didn't get enough vie
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to take the stock higher any time soon. it's not going to help us. fourth worst, cisco. i think cisco could be a big winner in 2013. even as the stock is acting terribly courtesy of a downbeat outlook from john chambers when it reported last. i have never in all of my years of following cisco seen this stock at such a discount to all the other stocks in the s&p 500. it's a meager ten times earnings for heaven's sake. frankly, that's ridiculous. i think this stock has the best chance to flip from dow lead to dow lead. third anchor on the dow, walmart, which rallied 65% with dividends. this is a tough one because the stock has moved so much lately that i regard it as overextended on a chart basis, especially after the company's squeamish outlook. like alcoa, do not look for too much near term help from walmart to power the dow through its all-time highs. second worst performer is exxon. this company's much too revered for my taste. the $400 billion behemoth, not growing reserves much at all and that's the key metric for oil. paid top dollar for a natural gas company at near all time hig
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back to 18. these are what i'm looking -- yes, we need to see cisco. not just trade at 20. >> apple is going higher today. >> the word for apple's performance over the last six months we would have hit this number a long time ago. we would be talking about the s&p at record highs. >> yeah. apple is just -- they had a chance to buy back all the stock they wanted, and they just didn't seem to be inclined. i was looking at travelers the other day, they bought back about half their stock. i think fishman is a conservative manager. what do you do with cash when you have a lot? you return some of it to shareholders. when a guy like fishman can do it, why can't a guy like cook do it. >> tim cook is willing to sit on a pile of cash than buy shares at new 52-week lows. you're saying, tim cook is not buying his own shares, why should i buy his shares. >> looks like we've got something working here. >> all-time high. >> okay. anyway, so tim cook, if he doesn't -- if he isn't standing there buying it hand over fist like travelers did, then why should i -- >> why should anybody. why should anybo
to be on internet i will send you to cisco. think travel trust ownes it. stock is inexpensive. ten times better, better buy. robin in california. >> caller: boo-yah to you, jim. >> nice. what's going on? >> caller: thanks for helping all of us ladies to control our own future. >> that's what i want. >> caller: i started buying line escape film in november in increments as you taught me. i'm up about 35% but i would like it keep it for a while. should i? >> lionsgate had a remarkable move. during hunger games stock went from 12 to 15. going up ever since. i will bless, continue to audit but remember, don't be growedy. when it gets off 50%, take off some. you have to because it'll be too big a piece of your portfolio. joyce in texas. >> caller: this is joyce in texas. jim, i'm going to ask you about fossil. now this dropped around $98, now it is climbing. closing about 103 td. high is 104. i need your opinion on fossil. >> i think it is too volatile. i see michael kors being a much better company and kors is down. you want to play what is known as beta and accessories, i would swap out a fossil a
to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. have >>> i have been hearing lamentations that our market is leaving some behind. aluminum horrendous, fertilizers can't get out of their own way. to which i say good. that kind of leadership dooms us to failure. stocks get pushed up big by fools willing to pay more for earnings. earnings are thaw are so driven by inflation, central banks around the world see across the board price increases, these companies putting through, they will goose up interest rates dramatically and crush every stock with them. these commodity stocks, they are the enemy, not the friend of the bull. they are turn coats, calmness. manuchechurian candidates of th ursa major bear party. ever go back and look at what led to us the shadow of the deadly bear market of 2007? perhaps you ought to. remember? that's when we took out these highs we just took out? i looked back at that market top. we had a total rogue's gallery of a narrow leaders then, depending on the kindness and steroids of the chinese government and needing hyper in nation. that's what you want to pin your hopes on? n
, if you want to be in that particular segment, i would say do cisco. one nap down and four up. that's what matters. that, ladies and gentlemen, is the conclusion of the lightning round! >> lightning round is sponsored by tdameritrade. >>> a disappointing news of the cyprus and the run of atm came on saturday. saturday i thought miley cyrus was in trouble, this is cyprus. sure enough, the future's up and down big. i get up at 3:55 a.m. i get bombarded by e-mails from bears worldwide, brown bears, black bears, kodiaks, panda bears, even koalas. i didn't have time to figure out if i should take a chance on gonzaga. i picked georgetown. nova is still mine. we'll start with a tweet, thank you for the education, thanks for the laughs, #mad money. harlem shake, too. yeah, we did a good one. ♪ >> hi, jim, how you doing? >> real good, how about you? >> i got a cold. >> i'm sorry. have you tried z-pack. it kills you but it is also good. >> when i say bo you say yah. boo! >> yah! >> boo! >> yah! >> heather that works for you, she's a swell gal. >> she went to the u. this is about business. you can
. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. >>. >> it is time, it is time for the lightning round. cramer takes rapid-fire calls and i tell you whether to buy, buy, buy or sell, sell, sell. we play to this sound and then the lightning round is over. are you ready, skee-daddy? time for the lightning round. i'd like to start with lee in california. >> caller: hey, jim. sunny boo-yah from california. >> i wish i were there what's going on? >> caller: in view of the turnaround in the housing industry, i feel that the more than new houses, the more new lawn, the more new lawns, the more new lawn mowers, what is your opinion of the briggs and stratton corporation? >> i think that is terrific. that's been one of our highly recommended stocks since superstorm sandy. ian in florida. >> caller: i held the position of avy for the last five years. i bought in the high $40s. i'm just wondering is there more? >> there is more. the company is restructured. it's done a good job. buy it, keep holding on to it and buy more even. gary in new mexico. >> caller: mr. cramer, how are you doing this afte
're going to wake the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> i've been trying to find down and out tech names to recommend to you. and i've got to tell you, trying to come up with good ideas in tech is about as difficult a task as i have found. and you know what the reason is? apple. right now it's really tough to own a stock connected to apple. down another nine points today. in any way, shape or form. because apple pulled the stock of your company down as surely as it was pulled up when winning hearts and minds of the gadget purchases. how bad is it? let's take real-life examples. easiest to buy, qualcomm. reported terrific numbers. solid dividend boost, multiyear momentum and incredible franchise that includes 4g chips for every handset maker, including samsung. right now the one taking china by storm and leaving apple and nokia behind. yes. that's samsung. the former chinese champ of nokia has been crushed. the problem is that qualcomm has apple as a client and no one in this market wants to touch a company that relies on apple so much
. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> welcome back to "mad money." now the moment you've been waiting for. viewers choice voted by you the most memorable since the show began. >> i'm sure someone -- >> bernanke needs to open the discount window. that's how bad things are out there. he has no idea -- >> cramer. >> i have talked to the heads of almost every single one of these firms in the last 72 hours and he has no idea what it's like out there. none. and bill poole has no idea what it's like out there. my people have been in this game for 25 years. and they are losing their jobs. and these firms are going to go out of business. and he's nuts. they're nuts. they know nothing. >> first, let me use this moment to thank you, the viewers, and to thank cnbc the network for giving me this amazing platform to help inform you and in that case the federal reserve about what was really happening behind the scenes, what's really driving everything from the stock market to economics and, yes, to the fed. we do have two important takeaways from the they know no
to wake the world up. ♪ and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. balkans. balkans. >>> we don't talk enough about execution around here. yet, in the era where sectors are all the rage and etfs are the preferred method of trading them, the whole notion of long term individual company management performance gets lost in the shuffle. ♪ hallelujah >> then you get a couple of days where the great works of certain ceos just shine through. today's one of those days. just think about how many terrific ceos we heard from or read about today. think of how hard they're working for you if you open their stocks. we know that ken powell's deliverying a level of performance at general mills that i find astounding. and it was buy one get one for cereal and he gives you good earnings reports and endless buy backs. everything you ask for in a ceo. how about stewart miller at lennar? not easy to follow his dad, leonard, but his late father has to be smiling about what he's done in the toughest housing market since the depression. the beautiful quarter shows he's building more homes, making
're going to wake the world up. ♪ and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> when you're trying to pick high-quality stocks, there's there huge component that cannot be quantified. a lot of what goes into making a company great has to do with management and the way people at the top execute. but these are things you can't evaluate in a spread sheet, you can't put a number on the thing. we know phenomenal executives when we see them and need to learn from these people if only we can spot when someone else is doing something similar. that's why i'm thrilled to be talking to the former chairman and ceo of shearing plow after first turning it from a down and out -- money losing company to a drug power house in record time. partner and managing director, the boutique investment bank also works as the chairman of the board as well as being the recently installed nonexecutive chair of avon. always been a transformational leader. someone you can bank on to lead the company to a better place and he's come out with a fabulous book called "reinvent" a leader's
, on the flip side some of the dow's worst performers since that high watermark include cisco, general electric, hewlett-packard, bank of america and alcoa. ty. >> sue, not a dow component but also on our radar on this record breaking tuesday, southeastern asset management owns 8% of that pc maker turning up the heat demanding the company open the books. a growing number of investors unhappy with michael dell's plan to take the company private for $24 billion, $13.65 a share. meanwhile u.s. regulators have granted pfizer an extension on its multi-billion dollar pain drug celebrex into early december 2015, prevents generic drugmakers from cashing in. pfizer is there, as you see, at a 52-week high. as the dow breaks past its record high back in october '07, one sector is still nowhere it used to be. that would be the banks. with more analysts getting bullish on the sector, could financials lead the next leg of the rally. should there be a next leg or are the glory days gone? kayla tausche will explain. >> hi, tyler, financials are taking part in today's rally. they are up 1% as the dow surgeons t
and yesterday they had a piece saying that cisco is taking share. so i would like to present both the positive which is cisco doing well, but you have to present both. that's our job. the job to present both. maybe spain. where was santander, and why wasn't santander down 20%? >> the one note, quickly on apple is that around noon yesterday is important and it broke its trend which had been in place since the highs in september. it broke the downtrend on very heavy volume some technicians could actually signal that it's no longer in an uptrend and it's a march toward the positive here and that's just worth noting in terms of the trading action because we did see a nice gain in apple shares and up 2.7% by the end of the day and we're seeing apple shares build on the gains pre-market and it's an interesting momentum stock and maybe the momentum is turning and certainly worth watching here. >> i think you need to see growth and the dividend is great and i want to see growth and i want to see surprising growth and i want to see quarters made. >> would you rather to see apple add to its quarterly di
the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. a brand new start. your chance to rise and shine. with centurylink as your trusted technology partner, you can do just that. with our visionary cloud infrastructure, global broadband network and custom communications solutions, your business is more reliable - secure - agile. and with responsive, dedicated support, we help you shine every day of the week. >>> welcome back, paul ryan unveiling his budget proposal today, and earlier we heard from tom price. >> were in a spending-driven debt crisis, it's time to get washington spending under control, and we're going to present a budget today that will balance, within a ten-year period of time, that's something to celebrate. >> ginning us now is chris van hollen. congressman, you look at this budget, is there much that you agree with in it? >> well, unfortunately not. that's because this budget is a totally uncompromising document. it's a retread of last year's budget. we litigated a lot of this in the last election, and this is looking in the rearview mir
, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> >>> it is the final trading day of the first quarter. >> banks reopening in cyprus with tight controls on transactions. michelle caruso-cabrera will will bring us live reports from the capital. >>> breaking economic data. jobless claims and the final read on the fourth quarter gdp hits the the tape at 8:30 a.m. eastern. the third hour of squawks box starts right now. >>> welcome back to "squawk box" on cnbc. our guest host this morning yahoo! senior finance mike santoli and barbara morrison. more in just a moment. first, though, andrew has this morning's headlines. >> back blackberry shares volatile. wall street analysts expecting a 29-cent per share loss. blackb lea least 3 million subscribers during the the quarter but say demand for the new z10 model helped results. programming note, don't miss blackberry ceo thorsten hein. and final read on fourth kwourgter gdp. >> let's take a look at the markets. you can see right now dow futures continue to go hang in there. up 18 points. s&p futures up over one point. this is the last trading da
. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> google unveiling the prototype of a smart shoe at south by southwest. the latest gadget can log your running time, give you advice and even encouragement for runners and that brings us to the question, what is the next article of clothing google will hack tweet us. it the air the responses throughout the morning. >> everyone needs encouragement while you're exercising. >> all of this wearable stuff that you download to the computer, a, i think it raises prior see issues. >> completely. >> data collection which is valuable for these companies. google, that's what they do, right? >> there's a report about a bar in seattle that will give you a rear kicking if you wear the google glasses on premises. so there will be pushback from the societal norm, right? >> i like the fitbit. i think fitbit is neat. see how many steps you took -- >> nike fuel band? >> i don't know -- i roll my sleeves up and i don't want people to think i have the nike fuel band and i don't want to advertise for nike, but the nike fuel
. cisco, emc, hewlett-packard, ibm, intel, microsoft, net app and oracle. >> well, these are eight stocks more business spending exposed and consumer spending exposed. one of the big exposed names has been weighing on the technology index. these are very low p/es, all companies around for 20, 25 years or more, they've proven their ability to at least survive. and i don't think growth is the question given the valuations. the questions are the survivorship. and we think they will. they tend to be well entrenched. global operating footprints are valuable asset. i think these big cap tech stocks exposed to business spending which i think will improve during 2013, 2014 are one of the few attractive windows of entry into this market right this moment. >> anybody else have thoughts about that around the table? >> well, one to pick out is hewlett-packard, there are a lot of strong companies in that group. the air going out of the balloon. the stocks had a wonderful run. but every business they're in is shrinking even with the business spending. >> looks like a business in decline, but with the p
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